"AGD" is average goal differential. This can be a positive or negative number that equals goals for (GF) minus goals against (GA) divided by games played (GP). One caveat, the system currently has a maximum goal differential of seven (7) for any single game played. This means that if a team plays a number of games decided by more than seven goals, it's not quite as simple as GF-GA/GP.
yes icanreadcanyou.. how about icandomathcanmyhockey
our real gd is 4.58 we are talking about the adjusted gd that my hockey had to correct for me because they cant do math.
you are correct about max gd.. the math was wrong and myhockey quickly changes just like my kids when they mess up a math problem on their homework.
no big deal
Wrong guy.. did I mention talent.
You making assumptions again
btw this is fact based trolling
If you are ranked 330 or for that matter anything below 100 simple math is not a MHR problem and simple math is not your problem. Trying to rank teams in the 300's is harder that proving the abc conjecture.... your team is not good, they play lots of other not good teams and if you move up or down 10 spots you are still not good and still playing not good teams. None of this is the fault of the algorithm. in most cases it is a combination of genetic short comings.
Lakes Region Lakers. Still not quite in the top squirt division in the Valley League
The post was about the fact that myhockey can't myhockey can't devide 76 by 19 without help... The rest of thread was just gravey
Just giving a little context for the gravy
The gross goal differential is calculated by subtracting your total goals against from total goals for. The average goal differential shown (which is used to calculate your rating) assigns a cap of 7 to any game differential that exceeds 7. If there are games with goal differential greater than 7, the division won't look right, but the algorithm is being applied correctly.
For instance, you win three games 2-1, 12-2, and 7-3. Your gross goal differential is 15, but for ranking purposes your differential is only 12. So average differential per game appears to be 5, but is really 4 for MHR ranking purposes. His only "mistake" is showing these two data points next to each other, which is somewhat misleading.
But if you care that much, you should easily be able to figure this out, especially if you purport to be curious about mathematics.
By d-board standards you are exactly right Anon.. we are the best worst team or the worst best team. The level of competition we are facing this year is great for our team. We are being challenged every game
It's really how you look at it